Cliff Richard

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  • Relationships Are All About Love, Happiness, And Support

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    Relationships are all about love, happiness, and support. It is also a way of taking the time to know your significant other in ways that are personal and different than any other type of relationship that you can have. Being in a military relationship is different than other relationships, the struggles and not to mention the distance that is faced while being in one. Waiting for calls, having a time difference and wanting to be held during any bad times can get frustrating and difficult at times

  • Rudolf Lab The Theorist, The Theory And The Context

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    Part 1: The theorist, The Theory and The Context Rudolf Laban, a brilliant acting theorist, inspires many individuals, groups of actors and performers all over the world to this day. His progressive acting theories mold an individual into a character effortlessly and effectively. Although his ideas were not always appreciated, his critics only pushed him to better his techniques. Rudolf Laban was born on December 15th, 1879, in Bratislava, which used to be part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. His

  • Katink A Narrative Fiction

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    “Nyna, I don't know about this. The garden has been off limits since the incident with the Prince. What happens if that happens to us?” Nyna held my hand, leading me into the back garden of the castle. Leaving me with a view of the back of her blonde head. “Kat, aren't you supposed to follow my every wish?” She turned around, letting go of my hand to walk backwards to talk to me. “I may be your servant inside the castle, but in private I’m so much more.” I gave her a sly smile. “But that

  • William Shakespeare 's ' The Shadows '

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    As the day went on strange thing continued to occur. In math the shadows seemed to be constantly moving as if they were watching her. Sylvia tried moving to different seats and walking around ,but it seemed that everywhere she went to shadows made an effort to follow. When she was alone in the restroom the shadows started inching their way towards her in what seemed like an effort to consumer her. Then some random girl walk in and they went back to shadows. You must really be losing it Sylvia thought

  • Creative Writing: Ralph's Run

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    Run. That was the only thought on Ralph’s mind as he ran from Jack and his tribe, wildly searching for someplace safe to hide. The adrenaline pumped in Ralph’s chest as he ran, coursing through his veins, keeping him going. Ralph had no clue where he was headed. He just knew that he needed to run, and run fast. Ralph could hear the steady pounding of feet not too far behind him, so he picked up the pace. Ralph stopped running suddenly. He had come upon a fork in the path he was following. Which

  • Dorian Gray And The Lady Of Shallot: Stepping Out Of The Shadows

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    During one’s life, one must step out into the real world and experience all of what the world has to offer. In order to attain a well-balanced life both mentally and socially, one may seek any way possible to live life to the fullest. We were put on this earth to live- not just simply by breathing in and out everyday, and making life the best it can possibly be. It has been said that you have not really died if you have lived. This theory has been applied to several pieces of literature. In the book

  • Dystopia of Maya

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    I fell into the depths of Maya’s beautiful green eyes and not even the currently setting sun could compare to their beauty. She pressed once more against the rusted iron gate that separated us, pushed it closed and once again took away my opportunity of joining my family, and let a pained cry of sadness escape her lips before turning into the shadows and dissolving into the darkness. Then the scene carried on as it had before as if Maya had been only an apparition. The crickets resumed their songs

  • No Real Verbal Love And Emotional Relationship

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    “We need to be in Chicago around two in the morning”, he said to me before every trip. He liked to put on this big affirmative voice every time we he was trying to be ‘serious.’ He looked at me with his arms crossed and his jaw locked. Waiting. Waiting for a verbal confirmation to come from my mouth. “Yes.” I’d say in a monotone voice it became a second nature to say ‘yes’ each time we were traveling. One of his brows would scrunch up, and a smirk would lay upon his mouth, knowing I hated verbally

  • The Cave : A Symbolic Form Of The Modern Day World

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    Introduction to Political Philosophy Plato used imagery to elaborate the forms of theory. One of the allegories he used to explain forms of theory is that of a cave. He introduced the allegory of the cave saying that there are three prisoners tied to some rocks, with their arms and legs bound and their heads tied up so that they can only look at the raised stone wall which separates them with the other world, they see shadows of people on the other side of the wall but they assume them to be an illusion

  • Mise En Scene In Charlie Newton's Shadow Of A Doubt

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    In the 1943 film Shadow of a Doubt, Charlie Newton soon has her world altered as she discovers the dark secrets of her Uncle Charlie’s past. Feeling a special connection with her Uncle, Charlie eagerly wishes to discover more about him at first and innocently becomes involved in hiding his identity as a serial killer. As the film builds up the mystery behind Uncle Charlie and his true intentions, the Mise En Scene creates an environment which explores the Uncle’s darker motivations while also supporting